After a belt loosening bootleg breakfast, Eddie and Raj get the show cooking with a surprising phone call from the original east coast lost boy, Pietro. The boys are limited on time but try to get as deep as possible with Pietro about his recent disappearance, his faithfulness and more. The line gets crossed when Santa Cruz Comedian, Mikey Gordon calls the show to discuss the upcoming comedy competition and Rap Battle taken place through out Northern California. Eddie and Raj take some time to talk about comedy and freestylin’ with Mikey, as well as the art of the comedy competition. Later, the phone lines get opened and George W. Bush graces the coups presence with a special request for Eddie. Moments later, long lost friend of the Coup, Drew Dolinger calls the program to give an update on exactly why he went missing in the first place, as well as where Drew is headed in the future. After the break, the boys come back fully charged for another edition of the sports rundown with Barry “The Stallion” Streib calling in from beautiful St. Pete Beach, Florida. The Stallion promises an exciting journey to the promised land with no lack of excitement along the way. Bingo Baby! Much later, Eddie and Raj welcome comedian, producer and visionary, Anthony Medina to the program. Eddie, Raj and Anthony get deep about True Hustle Entertainment, 30 shows in 30 days and much more. Anthony shares his experiences in comedy as well as his vision for the future. Apologies are laid to rest and this episode of the Coup might be the best! Check it out!